Basic Two-Day Interdisciplinary Collaborative Practice Training February 20 and 21 to be held in San Diego

Following is a link to a PDF of the Brochure for the upcoming Collaborative Practice Training to be held at Marina Village on February 20 and 21: Click here to view

This seminar is a rare opportunity to take the Basic Interdisciplinary Collaborative Training here in San Diego rather than having to travel. This is one of this best Collaborative Workshops in the country and the Collaborative Family Law Group of San Diego is very pleased to host this important seminar. Any financial, legal or mental health professional interested in adding Collaborative Practice to their toolbox will find this seminar to be most valuable.

What: Two-Day Basic Interdisciplinary Collaborative Training

Presented by: Sacramento Collaborative Practice Group Training Team

When: Friday and Saturday, February 20 and 21, 2015
8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. (both days)
Registration Begins at 8:00 a.m.

Where: Marina Village, 1936 Quivera Way, San Diego, California
619-222-0634

Cost: $555.00 Early Bird (by 1/30/2015)
$645.00 (after 1/30/2015)

Interested in experiencing the power of the team model in collaborative divorce? You won’t want to miss this two-day workshop!

This highly acclaimed comprehensive interdisciplinary training, being presented for the twelfth time, will introduce each participant to the theories, practices, and skills needed to begin a collaborative practice and also satisfies the minimum standards for basic training set by the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals. The workshop will also be helpful to those who wish to refresh their initial collaborative training and are looking to network with other members of the collaborative professions.

Lunch is included for both days with morning and afternoon refreshments. A wine reception will be held at the end of the first day for all attendees and local collaborative professionals.

This seminar qualifies for 13 hours of California MCLE credit and 13 hours of continuing education credit for MFTs and/or LCSWs as required by the California BBS.

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